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The Bleachers

The Bleachers

The Bleachers


After releasing 'Suspicion' in 2006 (which debuted at #13 on CMJ's add week on college radio), The Bleachers (Joe Maloney, Marco Brizuela and David Hines) played numerous shows in support of the album. "Don't Make No Roads" and "Poltergeist" were featured in separate podcasts by Indiefeed throughout the year. During shows in the summer of 2007, the band began previewing many new songs which would end up appearing on their second full-length album, 2008's 'Conjure'. Read more on Last.fm
After releasing 'Suspicion' in 2006 (which debuted at #13 on CMJ's add week on college radio), The Bleachers (Joe Maloney, Marco Brizuela and David Hines) played numerous shows in support of the album. "Don't Make No Roads" and "Poltergeist" were featured in separate podcasts by Indiefeed throughout the year. During shows in the summer of 2007, the band began previewing many new songs which would end up appearing on their second full-length album, 2008's 'Conjure'. The album included the songs "Zodiac," "Stolen," "Build An Army" (chosen by Las Vegas Citylife as a top ten song of the year) and "Ice on The Equator" (featured on a podcast by Indiefeed). In the summer of 2009, the band sequestered themselves in the studio to begin work on its third full-length album, playing scattered shows during the summer and fall to preview a number of the new songs. The Bleachers third full-length album is earmarked for release during the summer of 2010. Read more on Last.fm.

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